For clients looking for a unique VIP experience, I create highly entertaining original magic presentation based on the theme of the event. This magic is just for you, and the only time it happens in the world is at your event. These made to order effect can be based on a story you want to tell, on your companies key talking points, or on a guest of honor's interests.
Some recent examples:
* NY Times Best Selling business author Mike Michalowicz hired me to start his conference with a fun, high energy spectacle. After reading his most recent (amazing) book, I created a highly visual comedy magic routine that incorporated the book's key themes.
* MGM hosted a sustainability conference for Fortune 500 CEOs from around the country, and wanted to acknowledge each CEOs commitment to sustainability. I made custom magic routines that acknowledged each individual, and tied each routine into the theme of the event.
* Two surgeons hired me to entertain at their 400 person wedding! I made pictures of each of them taken during their residencies visually transform into a framed photo of the two of them together, which they kept as a wedding gift.
* Facebook threw a party for their partners at Samsung, and asked me to designed some magic featuring Samsung's newest phone. This has lead to many other events for Facebook, with lots of other really fun custom magic projects.
* Luxury skin care line La Praire Switzerland invited me to perform at an event for its top sales people. I made diamonds, pearls, and precious stones transform into the beauty products La Praire make from those ingredients.
Absolutely! A lot of companies book my show for conferences, office parties, cocktail mixers, etc. Always a huge hit!
Yes. I am available internationally.
Absolutely! I’m always interested in working with event planners with high professional standards and a positive attitude towards end clients and entertainers. If we decide to work together, I will represent your brand with integrity, professionalism, and showmanship.
Your spouse is a special person – cherish one another.
You should do the kind of tricks that YOU like to see. If you like seeing things levitate, levitate things – if you like mind reading, learn mind reading. Do the strongest possible magic that you can pull off.
There is a tendency among amateur magicians to sacrifice the power of the effect if it will make a routine easier to perform. ALWAYS do whatever you have to do to make the effect pure and powerful. If you have to practice 40 hours to get a trick up and running – DO IT. The hard way is often the easy way.
Don’t do material that requires a long and dull setup phase. No spectator wants to count 3 piles of 14 cards for you! Keep your tricks direct – If you have to do a card trick, have them quickly find a card, and immediately have it appear in a sealed envelope in their wallet. Is that WAY harder? Sure. But you can do it, and the reward is HUGE. In “Maximum Entertainment”, Ken Weber makes a great point that every moment of a magic show should have one of three reactions 1) Wonder 2) Laughter 3) Rapt Attention.
Work on a small amount of routines until they are KILLER, and then slowly ad more routines. An amateur practices until he gets it right – a pro practices until he can’t get it wrong!